Time is running out for a campaign group set up to help a failed asylum seeker in Leicester.
Abdul Rajabali, who fled to the UK in 2006, believes if he returns to Afghanistan he will be killed.
At a demonstration today, his friends heard he'd been transferred to a prison near Gatwick Airport where he'll be deported to Afghanistan on Tuesday. Nearly 3,000 people have now signed a petition for him to stay.
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